Shackleton ‎– Fabric 55

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Fabric (London) ‎– fabric 109
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1 Shackleton Come Up 4:45
2 Shackleton Moon Over Joseph's Burial 0:57
3 Shackleton Hypno Angel 2:51
4 Shackleton Visontele 2:22
5 Shackleton Interlude: Blood Rhythm With Wishy Drones 2:22
6 Shackleton Operatic Waves 2:22
7 Shackleton Closeness To Nature 2:51
8 Shackleton Negative Thoughts 3:13
9 Shackleton Featuring Vengeance Tenfold Death Is Not Final
Vocals, Lyrics By – Vengeance Tenfold
2:58
10 Shackleton International Fires 4:34
11 Shackleton Paper 1:50
12 Shackleton Deadman 5:02
13 Shackleton Interlude: Point One, Sense It 1:24
14 Shackleton Man On A String (Part 1) 4:30
15 Shackleton Man On A String (Part 2) 6:10
16 Shackleton Ice 2:18
17 Shackleton Busted Spirit 4:34
18 Shackleton Bottles 5:57
19 Shackleton New Dawn 4:02
20 Shackleton Something Has Got To Give 0:55
21 Shackleton Massacre 5:02
22 Shackleton Stripped 3:29

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Notes

All tracks are exclusive versions for this mix.
Tracks 1, 4, 5 to 7, 10, 12, 13, 16 to 18 & 22 are previously unreleased.

Track 1 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 2 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2009 Perlon.
Track 3 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2006 Skull Disco.
Track 4 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 5 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 6 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 7 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 8 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2009 Perlon.
Track 9 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2008 Skull Disco.
Track 10 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 11 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010 Perlon.
Track 12 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 13 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 14 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010 Woe To The Septic Heart.
Track 15 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010 Woe To The Septic Heart.
Track 16 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 17 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 18 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.
Track 19 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2006 Skull Disco/Hotflush.
Track 20 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2009 Perlon.
Track 21 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2006 Skull Disco/Hotflush.
Track 22 - Copyright Control. ℗ 2010.

In metal tin with die cut inserts with card slip case.

℗ & © 2010 fabric records. The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by fabric records.
Made in Europe.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 802560 010921
  • Matrix / Runout: FABRIC109 01
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY33
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW36

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FABRIC109D Shackleton Fabric 55(File, MP3, Comp, Mixed) Fabric (London) FABRIC109D UK 2010

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Dubvulture

Dubvulture

March 15, 2014
Whether you like this CD will depend on your tolerance for cold, heavily percussive, atonal, mid-paced, shuffling music with no particular sense of purpose or progression. Many listeners will find its insistence on going nowhere deeply alienating. This isn't music to dance to (any attempt at dancing to Shackleton would produce catastrophic results), but nor does it make for good listening – it's too incessantly twitchy, irritating and irritated for that. At present there is a great deal of hype around Shackleton, and his appeal seems to depend upon trainspotters being impressed by just how 'genre-defying' his music is. Those people seem not to have noticed that in going out of its way to avoid a particular current category (although the old term 'tribal house' fits fairly easily) he has ditched the idea that music should have some kind of purpose. As regards someone's comment that 'the mixing is insane', one might remember that Shackleton is here exclusively using his own productions. He therefore had access to multitrack recordings: there would be something seriously wrong if the resulting mix was not seamless. The most interesting moments of this mix are the occasional voice samples, as per 'Closeness to nature' and 'Negative thoughts'. It's sad that these snatches of speech are actually more interesting than Shackleton's music.
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

October 29, 2012

Genre-defying. Shackleton isn't dubstep, and he's not techno either. He's dark, tribal, percussive beats that can't be categorized. As danceable as it is philosophical, this is one of the Fabric mixes you don't want to miss.
david10d

david10d

October 14, 2011

This is hands down the best dubstep mix CD there is. Shackleton's brilliant compilation of Skull Disco and unreleased material shows what dubstep really is: dark, moody and melodic.

How about that percussion in the first track? I knew this was a going to be a ripper in the first minute, unbelievably good..